JP Morgan Chase funded the expansion of Ventures commercial kitchen, pop-up, and gift show programs.
Author: Katharine Kurfurst (Katharine Johanne Kurfurst)
Ventures and The Riveter are hosting a happy hour and panel discussion with LGBTQ+ founders on how they built their businesses on June 25th.
"I worked in the industry for several years as a mechanic and hated what I saw. People were taken advantage of and lied to...I loved fixing cars but couldn’t stay in an industry with this landscape so I quit…and started daydreaming about how I could do it better."
Meet this year's InnoVentures Judges and learn why they decided to volunteer their time.
The revenue made a tremendous impact on vendors—some were able to get ahead on their rent, pay off some business credit card debt, or invest in inventory.
Let's get real. We'll bring the lunch. You'll bring your experiences.
“What is the site about? It says nothing on here.”
When Viviana Lopez moved to the United States in 2012 from Spain, she was excited to begin a new life and seize the opportunity to become a businesswoman.
If you don't have a car, which an estimated 94% of welfare recipients don't, then you have to rely on public transit, bikes, or your own two feet.
We sat down with Marlo Aguilar, the proud owner of El Chito Gourmet Tamales, to learn more about how he started his business.